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Common Bile Duct Exploration

The gallbladder is a small organ located beneath the liver. Altogether, gallbladder and liver play an important role in digestion of food by producing and channeling a digestive juice called bile. This channel is called common bile duct. If anything blocks this passage, it results into a back flow of the bile into liver. This condition is called jaundice and it can be distinguished by yellowing of skin and eye. The blockage in this channel can be detected by Common bile duct (CBD) exploration. It is one of the common procedures for gallstone operation in Varanasi.

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laparoscopic surgery

‘Maharshi Sushrut’ is the founding father of surgery and his era dates back to 600 BCE and we Indians are extremely proud of him. But a lot of miraculous events happened in the past century and one of such miracle is laparoscopic surgery. Although the initial phase of laparoscopic surgery was not widely appreciated, but in the year 1902, first laparoscopic surgery was done by George Kelling, though the subject was a dog and not a person. It was not until 1910, when Hans Christian Jacobaeus carried out this procedure on human. Thus the glorious journey of laparoscopic surgery started.

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Gallbladder is an organ situated under the liver and helps in digestion. Gallstones are concentrated cholesterol particles that form within the gallbladder. About 80% of gallstones are comprised of cholesterol and rest 20% comprised of calcium salts and bilirubin.

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Umbilical hernia is a health problem in which the umbilical cord does not close automatically after birth and thus, through this weakened areas, the intestine bulges out and gives rise to hernia. It is the connection between mother and child during the gestation period and acts as a bridge to deliver nourishment to the baby. Ideally, this cord should close by its own soon after birth. And when it does not, umbilical hernia occurs.

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